Tinus - 12:52 pm on Jan 3, 2007 (gmt 0) This makes the .eu quit worthless for SEO. Any thoughts?
Adam wrote that it is best to take for every translation of your site a different domainname. So <mydomain.de>, <mydomain.de> or <mydomain.co.uk>. For SE this is easier to determine the language.
I had planns to make a european version of one of my sites on a .eu domain directed at three or four countries.
Now I think that an .eu domain name is only good to park a nice homepage with links to sites directed at different countries. Every site directed at a country should be placed on a server in the country itself and ofcourse with the country domain name.
This makes the .eu quit worthless for SEO.